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Cameron Venter

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Desirepline

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In his book Wild at Heart, John Eldridge talks about duty vs desire. He puts forward that one should do things out of a desire to do them and not out of a duty to them. He uses the analogy of buying flowers for his wife, saying that if she knew he was buying the flowers out of a “husband duty” then she wouldn’t feel as special and loved as if he had bought them out of a desire to bless her and appreciate her. This I wholeheartedly agree with….

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Use It or Lose It

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We all have certain aptitudes for different things. For some it’s an ability to work out complex equations and for others it’s writing beautiful poetry. For some it’s long distance running and for others it’s painting. We all have abilities to do certain things, things which we are more suited to doing, due to our personality, up bringing and training. Some of these things we do fairly casually and they don’t seem like much but then there are those things we do, better than most, which grip us. It’s not…

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When HOW Becomes WHO

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We all have goals and dreams, challenges and dead ends and we spend a great deal of energy trying to figure out how we are going to make those dreams come true or how we are going to find our way out of the difficulties facing us. While its constructive to plan and think and be proactive, it isn’t a good thing when we lose hope and vision because we can’t see or find a way to accomplish those things that we deeply desire to achieve, whether it’s realizing a…

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